Make everyday your Lucky Day with this versatile addition to your wardrobe. Knitted lengthwise, with alternating sections of twisted rib and clover leaf lace, this pattern is simultaneously easy to memorize yet has just enough interest to keep you from getting bored as the sections are not evenly spaced. And my yarn of choice, Peppino, by
Yarns of Rhichard Devrieze, is the perfect yarn to show off your lacework as the soft merino drapes beautifully…
Don’t let the number of cast on stitches scare you off, once you get going, you’ll be happy for the reduced number of rows you have to complete! The styling options we have shown in the pictures include attaching the ends together making it into an infinity scarf with the use of Jul Designs removable pedestal buttons. I love them for their ability to transform a simple scarf into any number of different looks.
The alternating clean lines and simple lace, the lengthwise construction, and the extra long length of the finished scarf will give you a great accessory piece that you may just call your lucky scarf.
Gauge before blocking:
Twisted Rib: 30 sts x 30 rows = 4”
Clover Leaf Lace: 24 sts x 30 rows = 4”
Gauge after blocking:
Twisted Rib: 20 sts x 33 rows = 4”
Clover Leaf Lace: 17 sts x 30 rows = 4”
You will use up almost all of your yarn for this scarf, so be sure to check your gauge if you tend to be a loose knitter, or err on the side of going down a half size in needle size.
Finished blocked measurements: 83” wide x 9” high